How We Help You

If you or a friend or family member is arrested and don't know how to be released on bail, Your Way Out Bail Bonds will get you out - and we'll get you through it. We provide FREE and confidential bail information over the phone. Call us now at (888) 254-2245 or email our agents using the form to the right.



After a person is arrested, the jail or court will set a bail amount (the dollar amount varies based on the alleged offense involved and other contributing factors). It is the court's way of making sure that a defendant appears at their scheduled court dates once released from jail.

Here's how Your Way Out helps you through the bail bond process:

  1. Your Way Out walks through what is a bail bond.
  2. Your Way Out works with your individual financial situation
  3. You pay Your Way Out a fee which is typically 8% or 10% of the full bail bond amount
  4. Your Way Out posts a bail bond with the jail facility
  5. Your loved one is released



Your Way Out Bail Bonds provides simple, easy, interest free payment plans that enables you to secure their release quickly and affords you some peace of mind in knowing that there is someone on your side to "help you through it."

Bail Bond payment options are determined by the amount needed to post bail and who will cosign the bail agreement should the individual be unable to pay the premium amount on their own. There are a multitude of payment options we'll discuss with you. Your Way Out Bail Bonds tailors every payment option to the individual needs of our clients.

Collateral is sometimes needed, but not always. There are rare instances when we request it, but these are considered on a case-by-case basis. Ultimately, we focus on creating a solution that is comfortable for your specific situation.


Your Rights

In the United States of America, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. That is the fundamental cornerstone upon which release on bail, prior to trial, rests. As a citizen of the U.S., you have the following unalienable rights during the bail bond process:

  • The right to know the charges.
  • The right to be presumed innocent - Detention without specific charges is prohibited.
  • The right to non-excessive bail.

At Your Way Out, we make sure you know your rights, and we help you to protect those bail rights. As a customer of Your Way Out Bail Bonds, you have rights that will always be respected.

At Your Way Out Bail Bonds:

  • Every customer has a right to courteous and prompt service.
  • Every customer has a right to full disclosure of his/her obligations as a guarantor
  • Every customer and guarantor has a right to receive copies of all documents relating to his/her bail bond and guarantee.
  • Every customer has a right to expect honesty and fair dealings from all Your Way Out Bail Bond employees.



All surety insurers with who bail agencies work are required to file their bail bond premium rate with the Department of Insurance. Your Way Out Bail Bonds is one of the few bail bond agencies that is authorized to offer an 8% rate in addition to the standard 10%.

We charge the following affordable bail bond rates:

Standard Premium Rate

Bonds up to and including $499.00 in liability will be charged $50.00

Bonds over $499.00 in liability will be charged 10% of the penal amount

8% Qualified Premium Rate (Idaho Rates differ)

Bonds up to and including $600.00 in liability will be charged $50.00

Bonds over $600.00 in liability will be charged 8% of the penal amount

We are happy to offer the 8% premium rate to customers who meet the following qualifications:

  • Retained Private Defense Counsel - The attorney must be retained within five (5) days of the bond execution date. A letter from the attorney retained or a copy of the retainer agreement between attorney and client must be received by Your Way Out within (30) days of the bond execution date.
  • Union Members - Must be actively enrolled in a union or receiving disability or retirement benefits from a union and must provide proof to Your Way Out within (30) days of the bond execution date. A current pay stub or statement showing payment of union dues within the past (30) days or a letter from the Union stating the member is in good standing is required.
  • Active or Veteran Members of the Military and their Immediate Family - Co-signers and defendants who are members of the United States Military must provide Your Way Out with a current Military ID Card, a signed military declaration from either the military (Form DD214), or a signed declaration from the Service member with service member's ID card. In all cases, proof of Military service must be received within (30) days of the bond execution date.

Bond Fee

In addition to the applicable premium rate, the following bond fees* are applied:

  • California: $15.00 per bond
  • Idaho: $35.00 per bond
  • Washington: $35.00 per bond

* These fees do not include certain rates or fees applied by local or state government agencies, i.e., $25 bond fee payable to the Ada County Sheriff's on every bond posted through their facility. Canyon County $10.00 jail fee on every bond posted after 5 PM, etc.

Your Name
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Defendant's name
Your relationship to the defendant?
What jail or city is the defendant in?
We will attempt to contact you immediately after receiving this information.


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